The Sports Motivation Masterplan review by Richard Buck
“When I first started my sporting career, I was good, but I was not as good as a lot of the other aspiring athletes around me. Through a series of serendipitous circumstances I was fortunate enough to continue through to elite sport. I think one of the things that I realised was, that talent isn’t as big of a factor as you’d think when you picture success.
Lee has started to break down the processes that allow you to maximise what you have, so that you don’t have to be an unfortunate victim of fate and circumstance. Lee encourages you to take ownership over your own journey and development, but i think most importantly, he outlines the process that can lead to success.
I very much enjoyed reading The Sports Motivation Master Plan by Lee Ness; I think it has some valuable lessons that we can all take on board. We never stop trying to improve ourselves, so it’s vital we understanding the process that leads to progression.”
|200 metres||21.72 s, 21.42 w, 21.4 hand-timed||Manchester, England||24 July 2004|
|300 metres (indoor)||33.96 s||Sheffield, England||10 December 2005|
|400 metres||45.61 s||Geneva, Switzerland||2 June 2012|
|400 metres (indoor)||45.88 s||Birmingham, England||18 February 2012|